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. >> we cannot continue financing and operating in a deficit as we have in the last ten years or more. >> reporter: and in washington, puerto rico's representative is pushing for initiatives. >> i wrote the initiatives for the white house task force for puerto rico encouraging the president to include full inclusion of puerto rico in the child tax credit program when the president submits his next budget to congress. >> reporter: as shops board up and schools crumble crime is escalating. in 2011 over 1,000 people were killed, the highest number in puerto rico history. carlos lost his 15-year-old daughter to a stray bullet in 2012. >> the police are doing nothing, and we have no faith in the justice department in puerto rico. when my little girl was killed, they came and recreated the crime scene, and they stayed as long as there were cameras around. after that they never came back. they act like i see you but i don't know you. >> the island has long struggled with poverty. but today's situation is different. the grip of the u.s. recession was virtually inescapable, draining livelihood
persistent concerns and deficits over the course of the year under the previous government and current government with respect to freedom of association, freedom of assembly, security force abuses, protection of religious minorities. >> countries like china, turkey and saudi arabia were mentioned in the report for renewing restrictions of press freedoms. >> throughout the year many individuals were silenced as well. the saudi blog was sentenced to prison and 600 lashes for espousing liberal thought. >> much of the world live under authoritarian rule and many realities do not compliment international laws. in recent decades democratization and economic progress has i lifted hundreds of millions of people out of depression and depravation. the world is a better place than it's been for more people in more places than ever. but beatings, jailings, discriminations, overbearing state power and in some places state instability in others still threaten the lives of many. we have with us director of freedom houses, freedom of the press index which evaluate the press freedom everywhere in the w
or attempted suicide in the past, you are not allowed to enter the military. attention deficit, a common disorder. conduct disorder, juvenile delinquency. they are not more suicidal prior to entering the military. and you might age a teenager who is a fearful kid is not going to be the type of person who will volunteer for the army. those who join the army are more confident, risk-takers, and less anxious than other people. the kinds of things that were there in abundance compared to the population to do with i want pulsesivetyimpulsivity, and ang. >> the rate of anger is five times higher among soldiers than civilians. is that a marker for pre-disposition down the road? >> well, it is. we don't think of anger being associated with suicide. we more typically think along the line of depression. but fact people who are angry at other people, who are aggressi aggressive, do have increased rates of being angry and violent towards themselves. they are higher suicide rates. perpetrators of violent crime has higher suicide rates than other people. >> amy, are families sometimes put in. terrible
in the rest of the population, are attention deficit disorder, which is vo common, and intermittent explosive disorder, which you mentioned, uncontrol abattacks of anger and exploding, and they were not more suicidal prior to entering the army, and they were not more anxious or more depressed. as a matter of fact, in terms of anxiety, you might imagine that the teenager who is a fearful kid is not going to be the kind of person who joins the army. people who joined the army were more self-confident, more risk takers, competed, adventure seeking, and less anxious than other people. so the kinds of things that were there in abundance, compared to the population, had to do with impulsivity, anger, and some bit of anti-social behavior. >> the rate of impulse of anger, according to the study, was five times higher among soldiers than civilians. is that a marker for predisposition for problems down the road? >> well, it is. and we don't think of anger as being something that's associated with suicide. we more typically think of the common mind with depression. but in fact, people who are angry at o
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